What was said between Bonucci and Inter staff member during sideline incident

According to Il Tempo, Leonardo Bonucci was so furious with Inter secretary Cristiano Mozzillo last night that he even told him: ‘I am going to kill you,’ and the Juventus defender could now be suspended.

There was tension on the sidelines during yesterday’s Supercoppa Italiana clash at the Stadio Meazza.

Bonucci was on the verge of being introduced as a substitute to take a penalty in the shoot-out, but a late Alexis Sanchez goal spoiled the Old Lady’s plan, giving Inter their sixth Supercoppa in the club’s history.

The Italian defender was reportedly annoyed by the celebration of the Inter staff member and Il Tempo reveals what was said between the Italy defender and Mozzillo.

Video: Bonucci shoves Inter staff member after Supercoppa defeat

According to the report, Bonucci said: “You don’t celebrate to my face, what the f*** are you doing? I am going to kill you!”

Mozzillo replied, “What are you doing?” and tried to move Bonucci away.

Luckily there were no consequences for both, but according to the report, federal investigators witnessed the scene and if they have reported it, the Sporting Judge could suspend the Italy international for the upcoming Serie A games.

11 Comments on “What was said between Bonucci and Inter staff member during sideline incident”

  1. If they decide not to penalize, I would refer to this as a precedent setting example for future altercations.

  2. Ha-ha, Bonucci for ten years has won half scudetti intlosers were able to steal for the century…

  3. The usual thuggish behaviour when things aren’t going their way…no surprise whatsoever.

    From the top down…if it’s wasn’t Paratici it’s Nedved accosting the ref at HT or at the end…players too. Typical to be honest.

    A few games on the sidelines should help bring the sporting element back.

  4. A little obvious to just blame Bonucci I think … With the mask in front of his mouth the Inter official may have said anything.

  5. It’s very interesting to see that this seemilungly useless trophy from Juve and their fans perpective actually made them so angry about it. They lost it to Lazio a couple of times before then why this time it seems different. My theory is that it could’ve been the only trophy that they could’ve won in many years to come.

  6. 9 times scudetto winner and european champion and still one of the worst example of sportsmanship you can find on a football pitch.

  7. We all knwo results are important.

    The result of this incident and others (Chiellini foul on Barella): juBentus players can get away with anything 😉

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